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remember that this is a tall order for such short people. man: miss rachel has been busy setting up lots of different choices for you guys to do. i think ryan-osaurus is ready to go make a choice at station time. and victoria-saurus is ready to go make a choice. zaria-saurus can go make a choice at a station. hendrick: it's wonderful when we can count on children to do the right thing because they want to, not because they have to. one of the best ways to make this happen is to provide as many opportunities as possible for youngsters to make their own choices and decisions. we have to keep in mind that whenever we give a child a choice, we should be prepared to honor their decision. so, we better think carefully before we offer one. boy: i got to go there, david. woman: "excuse me" is the word we say, and then we ask the person to move. "excuse me" is a way of letting them know you need to be in that space. you don't need to push them away. boy: i hate this! this ain't working. woman: if you want to make another choice, there's other stations open. uh-uh, uh-uh, uh-uh. hendrick: how many
hashanah being the jewish new year that falls in september. thelled her "rachel" in book. and she was working very hard. she was at her mother's place cooking dinner, and she was in a real hurry, because she had to finish by 5:00, when her brother was going to arrive with his family, and he didn't like her. he didn't want to be at the dinner. so she had to finish the dinner and leave before he arrived. and i asked her, "are you serious? you're making dinner for a family that you're not going to take part in yourself? why? " and she said, "well, because the family should be together for rosh hashanah, shouldn't they?" well, she never finished the meal. her body said no. she came down with severe inflammation in all her joints, and she was rushed to the hospital with her first malignant outbreak of rheumatoid arthritis. and that self-suppression is typical for people that develop rheumatoid arthritis. it's also typical for people that develop als, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. i talk about the example of lou gehrig, if i may tell you about that. lou gehrig was this great baseball p
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